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  1. The SEC won't participate with EA Sports

    Edward Aschoff

    The SEC has made a major statement regarding its future with the EA Sports NCAA football video game: There is no future. According to a report from ESPN's Kristi Dosh, the SEC has joined the NCAA in no longer licensing its trademarks to the video ...

    Blog | August 14, 2013
  2. SEC won't license trademarks in EA NCAA Football game

    Kristi Dosh

    The Southeastern Conference has joined the NCAA in announcing it will no longer license its trademarks in the EA Sports NCAA football video game.

    Story | Conversation | August 14, 2013
  3. Lucrative Big East deal possible without ND

    Kristi Dosh

    Big East fans shouldn't sound any alarms just yet, even though Notre Dame's departure to the ACC continues what seems like a never-ending cycle of losses for the Big East. It may not be the devastating blow it seems. "The appearance and the per...

    Blog | September 12, 2012
  4. Dosh: NCAA payouts may not change much

    ESPN.com staff

    Current non-automatic qualifying conferences might receive better access on the playing field under college football's new playoff system, but it doesn't sound as if they will have better access to the cash, writes Kristi Dosh. Although there is expe...

    Blog | June 26, 2012
  5. ACC's lunchtime links

    Matt Fortuna

    Anything happen in the NFL this week? Our Kristi Dosh says it pays, even in hoops, to be in the BCS. Athlon Sports previews North Carolina's spring. The Miami Herald's Manny Navarro catches up with Hurricanes QB Ryan Williams. Virginia Tech...

    Blog | March 22, 2012
  6. Breaking down WVU, Big East settlement

    Kristi Dosh

    The Big East and West Virginia announced a settlement Tuesday that ends ongoing litigation between the parties in both Rhode Island and West Virginia. Citing an anonymous source, the Charleston Daily Mail has reported that West Virginia will pay the ...

    Blog | February 15, 2012
  7. Cracking down on counterfeit apparel

    Kristi Dosh

    The retail market for licensed collegiate apparel is, quite simply, a behemoth of a business that brings in about $4.3 billion annually. Seemingly everyone wants a piece of it, which is why so many people at so many major events hawk items of all ...

    Blog | January 08, 2012
  8. Lunchtime links

    Edward Aschoff

    Read some of these SEC links while you get your afternoon grub on. Kristi Dosh of The Business of College Sports writes that LSU's Tiger Athletic Foundation has total assets of more than $265 million. Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News won...

    Blog | July 26, 2011
  9. Where do the Pac-12 profits rank?

    Ted Miller

    Kristi Dosh -- the SportsBizzMiss -- has sifted through the numbers to find out the most profitable college sports programs for the 2009-2010 school year -- football and men's basketball -- and the Pac-12 does not do so well. No Pac-12 team ranked...

    Blog | June 20, 2011
  10. Florida leads way in donor contributions

    Chris Low

    Which donor base in the SEC has the deepest pockets? Thanks to Kristi Dosh of The Business of College Sports web site, we have our answer. Florida took in $39,350,660 for the 2009-10 school year, according to Dosh's research. That accounted for...

    Blog | April 19, 2011
  11. Take a look inside the Big 12's finances

    David Ubben

    Kristi Dosh at Forbes Magazine is taking a look at college sports' finances conference by conference, and got around to running the numbers for the Big 12. You'll need to head over to the link to see how it relates to the rest of the conferences, ...

    Blog | March 21, 2011
  12. The Big Ten vs. SEC in revenue

    Adam Rittenberg

    Everyone loves a good Big Ten-SEC comparison, and Kristi Dosh at Forbes.com has put together some interesting financial numbers about the two leagues. Dosh breaks down how SEC football makes more money, spends more money and generates larger profi...

    Blog | January 31, 2011